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doesn't give a darn about anything jim's mission to teach me reason why you should care about human to. this is why you should care only on the. currency you said the security chaos in iraq to capture economically vital energy sides while planning to hold a referendum and finally getting their own independence day. ukraine's president to extend the truce with antigovernment forces for three more days to uphold the cease fire that stray shells from sporadic fighting hitting the russian border. police were actually put down another world cup workers protests which had been demonstrating against labor conditions that rights group would describe as nothing short of horrific. and they you want is calling a mass of water cut off from the u.s. city of detroit
a violation of human rights. trying to wring out money from the poorest residents. welcome to our day it's good to have your company with us this evening with me to say. they rocky army has lost twenty of its man in a vicious shootout with radical fighters in the attempt to drive back drive them back from baghdad the battle took place some fifty kilometers from the capital as comes as the u.s. secretary of state john kerry urged the kurds to reinforce the defenses of the capital business goes on but it seems that the ethnic group has other priorities now after capturing the oil rich city of additional sororities are planning to hold an independent referendum you think half an up looks at the prospect of those.
less than two kilometers away a stronghold of these islamic state in iraq and syria fighters from isis or as they're called in arabic have taken over the neighboring village these kurdish soldiers known as the peshmerga all are the only defense that's keeping the insurgents from marching north. so this whole area. isis fighters with snipers in the militant offensive sweeping across a rock is redrawing the country's borders but so too are the kurds as iraqi forces crumbled in the wake of that the harvest onslaught kurdish soldiers moved in to fill the void nearly doubling their territory in the process in just a matter of hours the kurds seized militarily what they failed to secure politically for decades the oil rich province of cure cook and its main city as part of the cost. of the fishmongers controlling the code.
because groups in the other side on the other groups but of course the peshmerga which three a year ago i couldn't really walk around here without the help of an armed escort it was just too dangerous there are suicide bombings frequent clashes between rival groups but controlling here cool the kurds hope to prove that they can do a better job than the central government maybe safer so far but. what neighbors like isis it's unclear for how long. it didn't take long that evening we witnessed cure cooks temporary were spiked from violence shattered a suicide bomber tried to enter a market in a kurdish part of town at least six people killed dozens wounded the kurds may seem as the winners in this. and some of them are living in the euphoria of getting more territory. but more tentative and more people means more
problems if it wasn't planned for already divisions are emerging minority arab and turkmen residents are worried about their rights in the new kirkuk kurdish authorities promised a referendum but in a worrying sign of what could be ahead these shiite turkmen are taking matters into their own hands threaten them are we don't trust any government or any group to protect us so we're taking all means to defend ourselves lucy caffein of pure cuckoo iraq on pentagon analyst michael maloof the kurds are going to use the innocent ability in iraq to snatch as much authority as they can. the kurds see a golden opportunity to basically declare their independence they've already announced that they're going to have a referendum they do have a choice they can either do that or. do what. kerry wants and
work with the government in baghdad i think that by they listen politely to to secretary kerry i think they have their own interests in mind and unless something miraculous happens in the parliament without moloch you stand on board i think this split enough iraq is going to be inevitable the only thing that is working in anybody's favor is that isis has the has a military capability but the question is will they be able to govern all that territory they're taking over and already they're fighting from within some of the units and some of the other islamist groups and even x. about this that they that joined them temporarily to take the territory over but now there's actually been gunfire and and opposition each which will want their own little chunk in each little piece it's a mess nigeria and so with stony silence on the weekend leaks documents that detail what nature is outgoing chief traded to you landed the job in the for is pleased
coming up a live report on how the then prime minister of denmark told me to turkey up on an offer to back his kind of the sea into a turn for media crackdown. near nazi attack promise protests just north of london and we talked to the activists willing to take to the extremes the end of this stand against radicals. the shaky truce in east ukraine has been extended to with both the army and anti government by promising to recognize that the cease fire which has been in place for a week it's part of the times to bring peace to the region people there say they exhausted by constant fighting and have flat in the tens of thousands. cover. for the bullet. if you think you're going to. experience in your thirty miles in the bush you. really are you with abortion on
tuesday in the shade you know shook the kids the notion is that national procedures that have been done every in the can use them wish they hadn't said they don't see the i do my all that i was ready to start was that if this would show that you would have always wanted to work on usenet you do more here than with the. then out up to the truth of the truce was extended appeared mostly calm however there were reports of sporadic fire in the region with russia as a border control service stating one of its checkpoints had been hit. jones continue to fall in russian territory one very checkpoint building them exploded inside there were no injuries two more shells landed in the nearby village of folks who were going to work working in iraq then to government forces have release of hallways c.e.o. observers who'd been detained earlier in the region russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov says aid could be a response to moscow's calls for peace menaces says this doesn't mean however that
russia has full control over the activists and the ukrainian authorities might also be split on the peace effort according to lever up. ukraine's president poroshenko would like to ease the tension and prolong the ceasefire but there are other forces within the ukrainian authorities radicals who still control or have close contact with armed ultranationalists there's the right sector the battalions of the tycoon column or ski and other powerful groups that don't obey ukraine central command or the commander in chief there are also partners overseas our american colleagues who judging by multiple evidence still prefer to push the ukrainian authorities along a path to confrontation of. ideas and thoughts first hand what the mood in the area is like amid the things fire. the truce remains in place here in eastern ukraine but so does the tension in the weeks since the ceasefire came into effect sporadic clashes between the army and local defense forces have carried on regardless
sometimes resulted in fatalities including civilians on friday and woman and her son were reportedly killed in the army shalyn in the town of slovyansk in donetsk region which is the epicenter of what key of calls its anti terror operation and here in the guns overnight there was little sign of calm either on the return from filming at the ukrainian russian border at a checkpoint we heard a conversation between local fighters why we're talking in which they described shooting happening right then next to a nearby railway bridge as well as wrong the local hospital at this checkpoint had recently been taken by self-defense forces and the ukrainian military was trying to regain control of this strategic location we were forced to take another turn and to of route along a wild path through the forest all the time we had to coordinate we saw the french soldiers patrolling that area but even then we were told that it was still very
dangerous. because. we're. just on. the drive in from the russian to the quite neutral for one hour but still what it was to go to the top the charts were dry there was also the battle for local sop that says that the way it's obvious that the truth is for this process. is the one. that. stopped. the extended truce a supposed to pave the way to. a long piece in the country but so far we can see a lack of trust between both sides and it's fair to say whatever peace the reason right now in this part of the country remains fragile at best rich nationality from
lugansk in ukraine and these are reinforcements for the national guard to right after taking the oath in western ukraine the right sector members decided to pay a visit to a local police station this is the t.v. footage shows a crowd of mothman breaking in some with molotov cocktails a gang demanded the deputy police chief resigned within twenty four hours or they would burn down the building they're angry with their officials for prosecuting activists involved in february is coup in kiev ukraine's interior minister says one officer was severely beaten throngs of people are feeling of the teller e attacks in eastern ukraine the un says the number has hit the one hundred thousand mark but for the us the source doesn't seem credible enough since the start of two thousand and fourteen one hundred and ten thousand craniums have arrived in russia we just have seen no evidence to support that we don't believe
they're credible we're watching we just don't think that the hundreds of thousands number is credible we don't have anything to cooperate if this is the u.n. this isn't the russians this is not should be and there's this is an agency thing you guys give millions and millions you're going through and they're going the inflatable we don't have anything to back up that number matt. whipped did i break food and even water migrant workers in qatar say their treatment has reached a new and the latest episode in a hotel complex construction crews clash with guards on the flight these are rare pictures coming out of qatar showing the situation tens of thousands of migrants are working on various fields or companies and infrastructure laboring under what are described as deplorable conditions german filmmaker who was arrested by qatari police for exposing the country's poor conditions believes that this case is just a drop in the ocean it was initiated by the workers not being allowed to take proper lunch break bear in mind we are in the middle of ramadan ramadan obviously
has for islamic workers and there are quite a few of them on the right. you know high really and i think it's really right now as these things come up more and more you know with higher frequency i think it's time to really freeze a possible rerun of the vote for the world cup in qatar that's something that you know comes into reality with all human rights issues with all the corruption issues coming up on a daily basis right now i think this is what we're hearing from possibly rights groups worldwide have condemned the treatment of migrant workers in qatar time and time again statistically say activists one worker dies every day as the country prepares to host the twenty twenty two world cup and some of us conditions workers are left without a pay for months with their documents taken away by the companies that hire. or have more news after this short break.
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the. economic comes down to the final. day the old saying i and the rest of life during the week you believe if we. welcome back this is largely international an annual family festival in britain this week turned into an all out after a gang of neo nazis attacked party go was a stabbing one man i thought though is that the mob wasn't even made up of britons but rather was polish immigrants what does this say this sign and shout and profanities and fortan threw bottles at the cards before police arrived since then that the nearly daily protest against neo nazi activities sarah further was actually days much. the way harry just walking out of monk's silcock at the moment
in north london that was where nancy fascist demonstration had taken place i know you've got some of the demonstrators have left the park and that marching out onto the streets of london peaceful demonstration today. there would be no peace is that the best way to fight new naziism violently while i'm sure sure that was the only way to far north is to fight them not to stand there and say we don't like you know we don't like you very no we don't like that you know thing that's the danger of provoking move on and provoke a more violent thirty three to be violent in office about time the discourse interaction with just a reaction to an auction we could point out the pretty small cities last month we were there you know we're at a british nazis polish know if these are the john you're nazis we don't it was your notion of a no resist in a fascist then you have to squash because look what happens when it gets dark. people are just on the go look toward us all and think that's what today's protest is about the not technically allowed to be on the streets here marching like this
police say at this point it's actually going to be more hassle see break them up essentially there have been a number of arrests that have taken place today already the demonstration itself incredibly well police those a strong police presence there you can still see the police are monitoring closely what's going on as the greek take to the streets of london. british race relations activists lead jesper believes a year of kratz and politicians are partly to blame for the rise of nationalism in europe one always has to be vigilant and concerned and particularly when one looks across the european union after the european elections and the drift to extreme why right and in some cases openly neo nazi parties i think what's happening is that austerity is acting as a magnifying glass when people get anxious and concerned for their future the future of their children of course they get angry the issue is that is the moment
politicians are directing their anger not to the bankers and the rich institutions of europe lead to the economic crisis but to the vulnerable in society those on welfare those in employ those who are migrants those who are elderly and other minority communities and this is an extraordinarily dangerous find. anderson for grass mrs terms as a native she may be almost up but now questions are being also about how he got the job in the first place freshly in the spotlight so we keep leaks documents just restless and abuse his powers as prime minister to guarantee himself his future job specifically denmark reportedly agreed to start legal action against a kurdish separatist channel that was broadcasting from copenhagen in two thousand and nine and in return turkey said it would backrest misson as the future may to achieve so why then was turkey while read about these a brawl cuts let's take
a look here and a long claim that raj t.v. was a mouthpiece for the kurdistan workers party which fights for the rights of a kurdish minority and is considered a terrorist organization in turkey and the west not the channel started broadcasting in two thousand and four and in two thousand and ten it was officially accused in denmark of promoting terrorist activities and this year the channels license was finally revoked we spoke to their lawyer we have a special committee or service should be dead bark which would issue the certificates the turks turkish government had at three different occasions complained to this committee each try they concluded that the coverage was just like the coverage you would far at the big day just use television stations so we thought that also the courts. would respect the freedom of expression the freedom of press the freedom of
information but it did occur. now we asked nato to comment on the leaks about the deal to appoint dress misson the press office told us to talk to danish authorities insisting that the courts were fully independent however journalist lawyer and former m.p. beyond questions their claim. there were some conflicts of political character between. turkey. states. because a very broad stroke they describe it is to become the six zero there was a big pressure from u.s. forces or towards is to seem to. be creative better how to a diet how to prove that the rustle of a should was probably. a terrorist ready until they died because there was
within hours after that he died it was announced that there was agreement between the turkish government and the other. sorry the previous stage probably this as a second surgery. and online that now at r t dot com christian also talks activist through aids and holy water had memos of marilyn manson's rock band ahead of a confident moscow beginning never take place however due to a bomb threat all the details of the story available for you online. life changing developments as technologies approved in the u.s. to help those paralyzed take a huge step forward to walking again and find out all the details about the new robotic suit and much more now. the bankrupt us of city of detroit is on the brink of a water crisis thousands of people they have been left with no surprise at all
forty say they're only protecting the city's budget from unpaid bills situation for several activist groups to demand the united nations step in and help well the u.n. ag but experts looked at the match the and said to be shut off saw a violation of human rights close inspection revealed it's not just hot up not paying their bills some corporations are tens of millions of dollars in the rate as well but it's a little pressure being put on them artes make a low pass as the story. it is one of the most essential elements of life. americans enjoy some of the cleanest and most abundant water in the world but what happens when the pipes are turned off and the tap runs dry how am i supposed to watch my child heilman i supposed to shower must fill in the largest american city to ever filed for bankruptcy residents are falling behind on their water bills now facing five billion dollars in bad debt the water department
is taking drastic measures to plug holes and that means cutting water this is one of those houses that has had its water shut off and you can tell that because the detroit water and sewer department went ahead and painted on the porch that water cut time now they've been doing this more and more frequently to abandoned houses and they are they say going after abandoned houses first in order to kind of avoid it wasting water for houses that people simply don't live in however more often these days the house is facing shut off have residents living inside this is due detroit water brigade headquarters groups like the way fun in the detroit water brigade are working with residents to get on the water they need in the short term and the funding in the long term to sustain themselves we have donations the water that people have say we also have water filtration devices as well as aqua tablets so that people could you know access to clean drinking water these groups are now
calling for help from the federal government and even the united nations to address what they describe as a humanitarian crisis an acute a rally is one detroit resident who is afraid of the consequences of missing even a single payment if you tell someone i don't have water in my home that's the first strike you can get your children removed will you go to the war department as they help get my children back they don't care don't just dance and she isn't alone no you're shutting out all the water all the most voters. first which now raises a human rights question it raises a moral question what if people do was to water scuttle out of the take their medicine if you see the shot of they make the formula for the babies however the water department argues we have the the burden of being heavy to be realistic in a lot of folks the activists for example don't have that they have what they feel are simple solutions. which really don't really hold water if anybody can come up with a way that we can make the detroit drinking water is good as it is right now for
pennies on the dollar was going to listen unfortunately this is not the case leaving some residents salivating for a solution to this water crisis and others just plain thirsty reporting in detroit michigan meghan lopez r.t. and the plight of thousands of detroit residents is discussed in every mountains breaking the said throughout the day. death row inmates in oklahoma are protesting against the use of lethal injections to execute them they say if they came to experimenting on humans now their lawsuit filed against the state follows the bungled execution of oklahoma inmate. lockett in april he died of a heart attack forty three minutes after being injected doctors had burst a vein in his body while administrating
a controversial cocktail of drugs now there's also a similar incidents of back in general in ohio where an inmate was reportedly in convulsions for about twenty six minutes now both cases concerns were raised the doctors used previously untested drugs. up next to symptoms of money diction in kaiser report but here in the u.k. it's always time to revive the british left and going underground. the federal migration service of russia has recently received more than five thousand requests for political asylum from ukrainian citizens these requests come from refugees who are fleeing the conflict in the eastern part of ukraine in fact i personally know people who are from the ukraine who are now essentially trapped in russia because their native regions are at war with the kiev government there's
a classic mainstream media talking point about russian aggression and russian imperialism which gets repeated constantly in fact so often that is not even question but if you stop to think about it if you were trapped in a region at war and you were going to escape odd what where would you go into the heart of the aggressors in imperialists no you go in the direct opposite direction interestingly enough in both this conflict and the two thousand and eight war in georgia the overwhelming majority of refugees flee towards russia excluding some sort of bizarre stockholm syndrome it seems that for people in break we republics in ukraine and georgia russia is a safe haven they often say that people vote with their feet and in the case of the most recent wars in european history it is clear whose feet are voting for whom and no mainstream media talking points can deny that but that's just my opinion. i don't think the united states for ousting in a coach neither did russia i think fine for taking control of our crimea and yet we
have a major crisis on our hands. do you think that is likely to be resolved in some sort of constructive way now because. this is the last change in border. that happens this way that i'm not saying will be forgotten but you know people come they selves to the reality as it turns out though this is the first of this is going to go on indefinitely. very existence between the state and we're kind of a different. well from the kaiser report imax kaiser in the words of the great philosopher jones
zacarias who was of course an inspiration for the french revolution in truth laws are always a useful to those with possessions and harmful to those who have nothing from which it follows that the social state is advantageous to men only when all possess something and none has too much and quote today we're going to look at some of the headlines from a very unsocial state can revolution be far behind and we mentioned revolution stacy i think you've got include also brant russell brand is the revolutionary he's a man of the revolution russell welcome to the cause report very grateful that you have me here on the kaiser for your program thank you very much i think absolutely say see what is actually happening globally all respond accordingly so after five years of a financial crisis and there rising wealth and income gap as a result we're going to look at some of the headlines that we see happening around the walls regarding austerity.